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Dear Abby: I am a man in my late 40s who has been looking for love all my life. One factor that has made it difficult is my height.
What makes finding someone nearly impossible is that the online dating site profiles always ask for my height. Do you think I should lie about my height, and when I meet the person, hopefully she can give me a chance? Dear Shorty: Lying would be neither helpful nor appropriate, because the person you meet would then be inclined to wonder what else you were lying about. You may have better luck if you are introduced to women by people who know you — relatives, friends, friends of friends, etc.
You can also do a search online to see which sites have better for shorter people. Some dating sites and apps even cater to shorter people. Dear Abby: I am the grandmother of eight wonderful grandchildren, whom I love dearly.
There is, however, one aspect that I loathe: sleepovers. He works; I am disabled. Dear Overworked: Your husband appears to prioritize his entertainment over the effect it has on your body and your stress level. Draw the line. If he wants the kiddies over, he will have to shoulder more of the laundry duty because you can no longer manage all of it.
The older grandchildren should also help with it before they leave. Stick to your guns, because stress has been known to make fragile people sick. Have the rules changed? However, if the person is wearing a baseball-style cap, members of both genders should respectfully remove it. Contact Dear Abby at DearAbby. Things To Do Entertainment. Dear Abby: He keeps coming up short with online dating. By Abigail Van Buren. More in Entertainment.My life dating site
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